This week we have some very cool new and interesting items. Please keep in mind that many of these items we only have one copy of so these will go on a first come first serve basis.
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With over 450 pages, and a large, 8 × 12 size, this collection covers the entire artistic career of Hannes Bok. Painstakingly edited by Joseph Wrzos, with essays and memoirs on Bok by Ray Bradbury, Stephen Fabian, and many others, this book features over 600 illustrations. Many come from the pulps and pulp covers. Our color section features all of Bok’s known dustjackets and the largest collection of Bok paintings ever published, including many works that have never before been printed. Key works also feature detail views. Printed on heavy paper, with printed cloth panels, ribbon markers, and a printed cloth slipcase, the edition is limited to 200 copies for sale and is signed by most contributors. The book is printed using stochastic screening with five inks, resulting in unparalleled clarity and color reproduction.
This the signed and slipcased edition, which is limited to just 200 copies for sale, it is signed by Joseph Wrzos, Stephen Fabian, Bob Eggleton, Jill Bauman, Jason Eckhardt and Stephen Hickman. There are also signatures by Ray Bradbury and Hannes Bok, but these are facsimile, or printed, signatures. It is nice to have a Bok signature, and you will understand that due to his age and health, Mr Bradbury was just not able to sign. Centipede Press.
This is the original painting by Alan M. Clark for Sixteen Sucking Stories by Brian Lumley. The art is 8 x 12 and is framed and matted.
This product must be shipped by priority mail.
26 Lettered deluxe hardcovers with a metal traycase signed by Tim Lebbon and Caniglia.
(This is letter “B” and will contain a Giclee print from Caniglia. Only the lettered edition will have these prints. No more will ever be made.)
Book and traycase are in new, unread condition.
30 years ago…
Sixteen-year-old Scott sees his first ghost.
Where is the Chord of Souls? it demands, then abruptly flees, leaving the horror of that fateful day indelibly tattooed on his Scott’s young mind.
He will never forget that day. Because the ghost was his grandfather’s friend . . . and his grandfather had murdered his friend just ten days before.
Thirty years after his grandfather’s suicide, Scott is stunned to suddenly receive a letter from the old man which talks of an ancient book of apocalyptic power: The Chord of Souls.
The letter’s arrival quickly heralds a deluge of supernatural events that has Scott teetering on the precipice of sanity and salvation: his wife is kidnapped, ghosts besiege his home and his mind, and immortality dons the guise of a beautiful woman. . .
Scott embarks upon a perilous journey to save his wife, one fraught with horrific danger and soul-shattering temptation. After all, who would not be tempted by the promise of powers beyond understanding . . . knowledge beyond comprehension . . . and life everlasting?
Read widely and studied at all levels, supernatural literature is one of the most significant and enduring types of writing. Comprehensive in scope, this encyclopedia provides thorough coverage of literature of the supernatural. The most exhaustive work of its kind, it includes entries on authors, works, and numerous topics, including alien abduction, drama, ghouls, and Latin literature. Entries draw on current scholarship, with special attention to recent writers.
The literature of the supernatural has had a distinguished history over the past two centuries, while the incorporation of the supernatural in literary works can be traced back as far as classical antiquity. Such prominent writers as Edith Wharton and Henry James made use of the supernatural in their writings, and numerous contemporary writers continue to do so. Supernatural literature is widely enjoyed by high school students and general readers, and scholars are devoting more and more attention to it. This encyclopedia provides thorough coverage of the literature of the supernatural.
The most exhaustive work of its kind, it covers authors and works from the ancient world to the present. Two of the world’s foremost authorities on supernatural literature have coordinated a team of internationally recognized contributors, including: Mike Ashley, Benjamin F. Fisher, Paula Guran, Stephen Jones, Darrell Schweitzer, and Brian Stableford.
While other references chiefly offer biographical and critical information, this encyclopedia also provides entries on numerous special topics, including: Alien Abduction, Curses, Dreams and Nightmares, Fantasy Tales, Feminism, Hinduism, Islam, Munsey Magazines, Occultism, Southern Gothic, Urban Legends, Voodoo, Werewolves, and many more.
The set includes roughly 1,000 alphabetically arranged entries and presents the work of some 70 contributors. It provides entries on such major canonical writers as Charles Dickens, William Shakespeare, and Oscar Wilde, while also devoting attention to Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, R. L. Stine, and other popular contemporary writers. Entries also include special topics and cultural traditions in the genre. Entries cite works for further reading, and the encyclopedia closes with a selected, general bibliography of major works on supernatural literature.
Supernatural literature figures prominently in the curriculum, and students are often interested in reading such works on their own. This encyclopedia is an essential tool for student research on supernatural literature and world literary traditions, and is equally valuable for teachers planning related courses. Both school and public libraries need this work to support the interests of general readers.
This is one of only 26 signed leather bound lettered edition in custom silk bound traycase.
She’s beautiful. She’s sexy. And she’s very dangerous…
They cracked the code, and were on the road to their destiny…
Glen and Mark know the story behind Zoe. The real story. They’ve figured it out, they’ve done the research, they’ve found all the clues.
They’re on the hunt—the hunt for Zoe.
Glen knows he’s right. He knows she’s waiting out there for him.
Nothing will stop him. No one will get in his way. He’ll be the first…
But will he be the last?
The hunt is on.
Because Legends Never Die…
Seek and ye shall find. Legends Never Die…
Table of Contents:
When Fantasy Met Reality (introduction by Brett McBean)
Broken Cookie (short story)
Schism (short story)
CellCaNdy (short story)
Dead of Night (German version, first English release short story)
Jungle (short story, first time printing)
Steve Gerlach On The Edge (FULL and UPDATED Gerlach interview with Ron Clinton)
Hunting Zoe is an entirely new spin on the idea of a “sequel”. Set in the real life world, where Love Lies Dying is a work of fiction, Hunting Zoe blurs the lines between reality and fiction.
“With Hunting Zoe, Steve Gerlach moves into full throttle. Intense and gripping–don’t plan on doing anything else once you start reading this one. Gerlach is a master storyteller, and he is in high form. If you liked Love Lies Dying, you’ll love Hunting Zoe.” —Brian Keene, author of The Rising, Terminal and Fear of Gravity.